Taking his car collection to the next level Mayweather pulled up to the latest media day, this time for his Sept. 12 bout versus Andre Berto in a one-of-two in the world, $4.8 million Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita.
Mayweather said that the car is the only one of its kind in the U.S. and that it’s “for the super rich,” which Mayweather is, especially after netting $300 million for his May bout with Manny Pacquiao.
Money May then proceeded to have a few of his other uber-expensive cars parked next to his new toy, just to display how wealthy he is.
Three Bugatti’s and a Ferrari were set up next to his Koenigsegg, making his parking lot car quintuple worth almost $11 million.
Mayweather is sure to make around $40 million more for his bout at the MGM Grand next month, which he claims is his last, so he can retire and maybe alternate his car collection to make sure he gets his money worth.